• The proteomics of wool fibre morphogenesis
  • Compartmentation of Mitochondrial and Oxidative Metabolism in Growing Hair Follicles: A Ring of Fire
  • The use of landmarks and panoramic context in the performance of local vectors by navigating honeybees
  • Prey classification by Portia fimbriata, a salticid spider that specializes at preying on other salticids: Species that elicit cryptic stalking
  • Speculative hunting by an araneophagic salticid spider
  • A comparative study on UV-absorbing titanium dioxide sol gel treatments for wool
  • Oxidative Modification in Human Hair: The Effect of the Levels of Cu (II) Ions, UV Exposure and Hair Pigmentation
  • Three-dimensional architecture of macrofibrils in the human scalp hair cortex
  • Effect of cooking on meat proteins: Mapping hydrothermal protein modification as a potential indicator of bioavailability
  • The susceptibility of disulfide bonds to modification in keratin fibers undergoing tensile stress
  • Weak and strong priming cues in bumblebee contextual learning
  • Influence of feed restriction on the wool proteome: A combined iTRAQ and fiber structural study
  • Erratum: One small leap for the jumping spider but a giant step for vision science (Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (2129-2132))
  • A knife in the back: Use of prey-specific attack tactics by araneophagic jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae)
  • Cues by which Portia fimbriata, an araneophagic jumping spider, distinguishes jumping-spider prey from other prey
  • Redox proteomic evaluation of oxidative modification and recovery in a 3D reconstituted human skin tissue model exposed to UVB
  • Arrangement of trichokeratin intermediate filaments and matrix in the cortex of Merino wool
  • Like follicle, like fibre? Diameter and not follicle type correlates with fibre ultrastructure
  • Influence of cues from the anterior medial eyes of virtual prey on Portia fimbriata, an araneophagic jumping spider
  • Prey-capture techniques and prey preferences of Aelurillus Aeruginosus, A. cognatus, and A. kochi, ant-eating jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae) from Israel
  • Transmission electron microscopy staining methods for the cortex of human hair: A modified osmium method and comparison with other stains
  • Morphology and ultrastructure of antler velvet hair and body hair from red deer (Cervus elaphus)
  • Redox proteomic evaluation of bleaching and alkali damage in human hair
  • Distances at which jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae) distinguish between prey and conspecific rivals
  • Behavioural and cognitive influences of kairomones on an araneophagic jumping spider
  • Convergent evolution of eye ultrastructure and divergent evolution of vision-mediated predatory behaviour in jumping spiders
  • Histopathological effects of the Yen-Tc toxin complex from yersinia entomophaga MH96 (Enterobacteriaceae) on the Costelytra zealandica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) larval midgut
  • The role of liquid-crystalline structures in the morphogenesis of animal fibers
  • The structure of the “amorphous” matrix of keratins
  • How Jumping Spiders See the World
  • Design of a retinal tracking system for jumping spiders
  • Isolation and Analysis of Keratins and Keratin-Associated Proteins from Hair and Wool
  • A comparative study on titanium dioxide sol-gel treatment for protein fabrics, focusing on UV transmittance effects
  • The proteomics of wool follicles
  • Relating Self-assembly to Spatio-temporal Keratin Expression in the Wool Follicle
  • Investigating mathematical methods for high-throughput prediction of the critical buckling load of non-uniform wool fibers
  • Prey classification by Portia fimbriata, a salticid spider that specializes at preying on other salticids: species that elicit cryptic stalking
  • Ionic liquid-assisted extraction of wool keratin proteins as an aid to MS identification
  • Cortical cell types and intermediate filament arrangements correlate with fiber curvature in Japanese human hair
  • A concerted polymerization-mesophase separation model for formation of trichocyte intermediate filaments and macrofibril templates. 1: Relating phase separation to structural development
  • Interspecies Comparison of Morphology, Ultrastructure, and Proteome of Mammalian Keratin Fibers of Similar Diameter
  • Mapping the accessibility of the disulfide crosslink network in the wool fiber cortex
  • Preparation of wool follicles for proteomic studies
  • Intrinsic curvature in wool fibres is determined by the relative length of orthocortical and paracortical cells
  • Helical twist direction in the macrofibrils of keratin fibres is left handed
  • High‐pressure freezing followed by freeze substitution of a complex and variable density miniorgan: the wool follicle
  • Processing hair follicles for transmission electron microscopy

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